Action on climate change begins at home. The Government of Canada is making it easier for Canadians to cut their energy bills and make their lives more affordable by assisting them in making their houses more energy-efficient. This will reduce pollution, create jobs and growth, and help all Canadians live in a cleaner future. The […]
What Is a Net-zero Home?
Net-zero homes are not connected to the electrical grid and produce as much energy as they consume. There are several ways to achieve net-zero status for a home, but the most common is solar panels and other forms of renewable energy. Solar panels can generate electricity, which can then power the home. Other forms of […]
How Your IT Policies Can Help Save Energy?
Energy efficiency is not just a one-time event; it needs to be incorporated into your daily operations. One way to do this is by creating an IT Policy that outlines the company’s commitment to energy management. An effective IT Policy will help ensure that your company is doing its part to reduce energy consumption and […]
Quebec Cutting Some Subsidies for Buying Electric Vehicles?
Those who want to buy an electric vehicle in Quebec may lose out on part of the previously available money. In Tuesday’s budget, subsidies for new fully electric car purchases would be reduced from $8,000 to $7,000, and for used fully electric automobiles, from $4,000 to $3,500. The reductions come as the CAQ government announced […]
Why Can CIOs Lead the Energy-Efficiency Conversation?
Energy efficiency should be a top goal for CIOs who want to influence the innovation agenda. As more companies adopt a digital-first, innovation attitude, CIOs’ opinions are increasingly influential in the C-suite. And, as the CIO, you’re well-positioned to lead the dialogue on energy efficiency, whether you make IT choices in a legacy firm or […]
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